In the web hosting field, cloud architecture describes employing different servers for every single service that's a part of the internet hosting service. In other words, your files, databases and emails will not run on the same machine, but on separate ones. Such a configuration leads to higher uptime and better overall performance since only a single type of system processes will run on the server, so the resources will be utilized as good as possible. Various web hosting service providers nowadays promote their cloud services, but what they offer is not real cloud architecture for the simple reason that the Internet hosting control panels they use are not designed to work on anything different from a single server. In case everything is run on one machine, a problem with one service may take the whole server offline. In this light, when you are looking for cloud hosting, you should check if the service you will get is in fact a cloud one or whether it is a marketing trick.
Genuine Cloud Architecture in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The platform which we use for our semi-dedicated server plans is a genuine cloud one, so when you sign up for an account through us, you'll be able to experience all of the benefits that such a platform provides. We have entire clusters of servers handling the file and database storage, email messages, access logs, usage statistics, and stuff like that. As we can extend every cluster by installing additional machines to it, we have practically infinite resources, so you will receive the best possible performance out of your Internet sites all the time. The advanced Hepsia Control Panel, which is provided with all semi-dedicated accounts, is in-house built and was created with the idea to work on our revolutionary cloud platform, so it won't restrict you in any way and you will always be able to use all the unlimited system resources which our plans provide. The genuine cloud setup means that we don't oversell as each of the clusters can be expanded in a couple of minutes with more machines or hard drives to it if needed.